Ayodhya: A unique reconciliation, perhaps the first historical-civilisational dispute to have been resolved by judicial process
Ayodhya verdict brings down the curtain on nearly 70 years of contentious litigation in independent India and ends a dispute that defied resolution despite repeated attempts at mediation.
Shri Ram is coming back to Ayodhya. We are alive. Here and now.
All you need to know about assassination of Salman Taseer and what Aatish Taseer’s response to it says about ‘Liberal’ worldview
Salman Taseer, father of Aatish Taseer was assassinated for his opposition towards Pakistan's blasphemy law.
Ayodhya 1855: The violence at Hanumangarhi shows why Ram Janmabhoomi could not be reclaimed during British rule
1855 violence at Hanumangarhi erupted after Muslims claimed that there was a Mosque inside Hanuman Temple
Trump looks inward, Russia tries to regain global clout and Muslim world stands divided: A new World Order is emerging
Amidst Trump’s ‘inward-looking’ initiatives, Erdogan’s soaring ambitions to crown Turkey the ‘leader’ of the Muslim world and Putin’s revived efforts to establish Russia’s lost global clout, the world is witnessing a new World Order
Bill Clinton a pedophile? How ABC News killed Epstein’s pedophile ring story and what it says about the mainstream media
ABC News claims that the story did not meet their 'editorial standards'.
Aatish Taseer and his cheerleaders go loco: Here is how they are lying and deceiving about him losing his OCI
On the night of 7th November 2019, Ministry of Home Affairs said that writer and journalist Aatish Taseer is ineligible for getting an OCI card, as he had concealed the fact that his father was of Pakistani origin.
The Reclamation Project: Here’s how the great Maratha warriors fought to reclaim Ayodhya, Prayag and Kashi
For the Marathas, reclamation of Ram Janmabhoomi remained an elusive dream.
Mehbooba Mufti’s daughter Iltija Mufti goes to CNN and defames India, peddles the ‘Hindu Pakistan’ trope
Iltija Mufti appeared on CNN where she proceeded to spew venom against India and Hindus
Climate Change and India: Urban elites should focus their energy on pressuring developed nations to meet emission targets
It is exceeding important to understand the role of India in the Climate Change debate and dynamics.
Yogendra Yadav claims a verdict in favour of Ram Mandir will test ‘secular politics’ in India: Pro Majority is Anti Minority?
Yogendra Yadav in The Print has exercised intellectual overreach by saying the impending verdict on Ram Mandir along with some other crucial proposals will test secular politics in India.
The Supreme Court is set to deliver its verdict on the vexatious issue of whether Sri Ramlalla Virajman is the legitimate owner of the Ram Janmabhoomi temple site in Ayodhya
Kartik Aryan starrer film Pati Patni Aur Woh which appears to normalise marital rape is an assault on our sensibilities
Unfortunately, bad jokes on 'wife' and 'marriage' are not the only thing that feels like assault on your sensibilities.
When they shout “Afzal hum sharminda hain, tere qatil zinda hain”, Neelkanth Ganjoo’s fate is what they mean
Neelkanth Ganjoo had sentenced JKLF founder Maqbool Bhat to death in 1968.
India’s Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi has declared his vision of making India a $5 trillion economy by 2024.
As we stand at the cusp of the Ram Janmabhoomi verdict, it is important to recall what happened 29 years back and how Hindus fought for Lord Shri Ram.
Images show Congress-ruled Punjab mainly responsible for stubble burning, media continues to question Haryana and Modi
The media keeps saying that Punjab, Delhi and Haryana should resolve the stubble burning issue mutually. This sounds nice and ‘neutral’ because that would mean one Chief Minister each from Congress, AAP and BJP.
Dilip Mandal has gone on to urge people to trend 'Brahmanvadi Twitter' on the social media platform.
‘Meditating’ Rahul Gandhi shares same old story about Jay Shah, same old contradictions and insinuations
The now-a-vacation-now-a-tweet, part-time politician took to Twitter to tweet a Caravan article that aims to cast aspersions yet again on Amit Shah's son Jay Shah.
WhatsApp snooping: It is time that India shows to the world a spine as big as the market it represents
The WhatsApp snooping case a thorough investigation and a public statement by the government
The proper way forward is teaching students accurate history about Tipu Sultan, not removing the Jihadist tyrant from textbooks
Those who forget history are doomed to repeat it. Therefore, it is imperative that our children are taught the truth about Tipu Sultan.
When the Statue of Unity, the tallest in the world, was unveiled on Sardar Patel’s birthday last year, it became an instant magnet for naysayers.
PIL industry commands ‘Thou shall not decide against our vested interests’: Will the Lordships finally say ‘thus far and no further’?
The question which remained unanswered so far is, will the Court – as a collective institution – take up this challenge and send a message, loud and clear, “thus far and no further”.
The Wire interviews Umar Khalid to whitewash Kamlesh Tiwari murder, Umar says ‘Muslims must mobilise’
The Wire has interviewed Umar Khalid, accused in a sedition case and son of terrorist organisation SIMI member, to whitewash the Kamlesh Tiwari murder altogether.
Faithless, directionless state: The ‘Secular State’ has been hijacked to work against the welfare of its very own citizenry
Secular-Liberalism has declared war upon Hindu festivals and traditions because they are an affirmation of the individual's collective identity.
Russ Foundation: Another child-care institution run by foreign funded NGO found committing crime against children
Russ Foundation Founder and supervisor of its Children’s Home arrested for sexual assault on child
It was about time that ties with Turkey were reduced for nothing comes above national interest to a proud nation, and fortunately, India is now portraying itself to be one.
Sarita, Caravan, Champak and the Delhi Press: A tighly controlled wide net that peddles Hinduphobia and propaganda
Delhi Press and its historic anti-Hindu rhetoric: From Caravan, Sarita to Champak
Washington Post seemed to be glorifying ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi who killed himself after detonating his suicide vest during US raids.